Cheese recall from Aldi, LIDL and Co .: Bacteria have been found in three popular Brie varieties. This could be particularly dangerous for pregnant women.
The Lactalis Germany GmbH recalls cheese that is sold at Aldi *, LIDL and other shops. Customers are warned against buying and consuming the brie tips because of routine checks dangerous bacteria were found. There is a risk of inflammation, infections of the gastrointestinal tract and, in the worst case, even Miscarriages or stillbirths. HEIDELBERG24 * reports which Cheese varieties are exactly affected by the product recall *. More information on product recalls is available on our topic page.
Cheese recall: Do not eat Brie from Aldi and Co. under any circumstances – there are dire consequences
Of the Cheese recall According to the product warnings.eu portal, the products Original French Brie “King of Clubs“, Brie “Silver oak“And French Brie”Every day“. The Brie tips have been in parts of the sales area since November 6th LIDL, Aldi south, Aldi Nord as well as the ZHG (including Real, Globus, Metro, Tegut, Bünting, Bela) sold. The sale was after recall stopped immediately. During routine checks, the bacterium is Listeria monocytogenes has been detected in some samples. Only recently did Aldi have to remove another cheese product from its range. * There is also a risk of injury here.
Listeria monocytogenes will mostly be via contaminated food, for example Dairy products, untreated fruits and vegetables and raw meat. Most infections run without it Symptoms from. In mild cases, these can be nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. In people with Infectious weakness and Pregnant women but it can turn out worse. It threaten Inflammation of the brain or meninges, swelling of the spleen and liver, and one Blood poisoning. Pregnant women could even have one by consuming the bacterium Miscarriage or stillbirth suffer. Merkur.de * also reports on the product recall.
Cheese recall: These products are affected The following products have been sold in several stores – return immediately
Anyone who has recently bought Brie in the supermarket should take a look in the refrigerator. The affected product should never and can be eaten returned to the relevant branch without a receipt will. Affected by that recall are these three types of cheese:
- Original French brie “Roi de Trèfle”, 200 grams
- Brie „Silver Oak“, 200 Gramm
- French brie “every day”, 200 grams
Not all products of the three varieties are of that recall affected. It is only about cheese variants with the following Best before dates and Chargennummern: 12/11/2020 (304 AD), 12/12/2020 (304 BD), 12/12/2020 (305 AD) and 12/15/2020 (305 DD). The infected products could have been purchased in the following stores:
Cheese recall: The affected Brie was sold in these branches
- LIDL (Germany and Austria)
- Aldi south
- Aldi Nord
Product recall: This is how Aldi and Co. customers find out about current warnings
Often they also provide information Supermarkets like Kaufland, Aldi or Lidl via social media or their website via Callbacks of defective products sold by them. In particularly severe cases, the Katastrophen-Warnapp KATWARN a product recall by means of a push message directly on the mobile phone. Another way for customers to find out about the current recalls to inform are Internet portals that have specialized in these messages. This includes, for example, www.produktrueckruf.de or www.lebensmittelwarnung.de. But be careful: These pages do not always provide a complete overview of all Product recallsthat for Customers in Germany are currently up to date.
Product information about recalled foods or other goods are also available to customers from the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. On the website of the Federal Agency, customers can find current Product recalls also, for example, a database for “Dangerous Products in Germany” and decision-making aids for purchasing products. (ie) * HEIDELBERG24, merkur.de are part of the Ippen-Digital network.
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